Moberly Lake Provincial Park, BC
Moberly Lake Provincial Park is 25 km northwest of Chetwynd, British Columbia on Highway 29. Just 3 km off the main highway on gravel road. The Provincial Park is located on the south shore of Moberly Lake. Situated on the boundary between the Rocky Mountain Foothills on the west and the Peace Plateau on the east.




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Moberly Lake Provincial Park, BC is known for its fishing. Northern pike, bull trout, arctic grayling, lake and mountain whitefish, longnose sucker and white sucker are what you can expect to find. Many have been coming to this lake for many years to fish and enjoy the park. It is a very deep lake with the maximum depth of 42.7 metres or 140 feet. There are some designated hiking trails in the park. Pets must be kept on a leash at all times and not allowed on the beach areas. When riding bikes, it is mandatory in British Columbia that helmets must be worn.



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HISTORY OF MOBERLY LAKE, BC

Fur traders first came to the area as early as 1778. When gold was discovered in 1861 it attracted a number of people to the area. The lake was named after Harry Moberly, who worked for the Hudson's Bay Company. He had lived on the north shore of the lake in 1865. During the Riel Rebellion in 1885, a number of Saulteau Indians found sanctuary at Moberly Lake.

Legend has it that the Denne-za first nations people believe Moberly Lake had no bottom (because of its depth) and an ancient creature would sometimes come to the surface.

Moberly Lake Provincial Park was established in 1966.

Events of Moberly Lake:
For many years In July, the West Moberly Band held its West Moberly Days, on the west shores of Moberly Lake. Pemmican Days are also held in July with the Saulteau Band.





The swimming area at Moberly Lake has no lifeguards on duty. Gravel Beach. VIEW PHOTO.

There are a number of walking trails along the shore with a number of small bridges over small streams. Moose and Black Bear are common to this area and more than 25 species of birds are located in this area.





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